When LeBron James took his talents to South Beach last NBA off-season, the question in the minds of a lot of basketball fans was, “How will three guys make a team?”
This question will be even more hotly debated after the latest comments by Dwayne Wade. Wade publically stated that, perhaps, the Miami Heat don’t need to play together to win games. Has the individual game finally reached the upper echelon of the NBA itself, ruining the team game forever?
Undoubtedly, these comments will receive prime airplay on the various ESPN commentariat shows, with much weeping and gnashing of teeth. That weeping and gnashing of teeth will fall into two categories. But, who is right? Is the team game of the NBA is ruined, or the team game is essential and the Heatles are about to learn that lesson the hard way? Our job here at The Sports Debates is to tell you which side is right.
Babe Ruthless will argue the Heat don’t need to play a team game to win, while Loyal Homer will argue the Heat need to play a team game to win consistently. Why don’t you take your talents to these articles, and the poll, and decide this question?